HR Update

Open Enrollment: Do You Need to Take Action?
Tuesday, November 1, 2022 - 07:00

Does your current medical or dental plan still meet your needs? Have you had a change in your life, and a different plan would be a better fit? Are you aware of the special additional life insurance opportunity? Are the dependents (such as a spouse or children) on your medical and dental plan up-to-date? Medical plan options are remaining the same, but rates are increasing. Learn more about medical rate changes and plan options on the Open Enrollment webpage.

Do you want a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) in 2023? Even if you had an FSA in 2022, you still need to enroll during Open Enrollment to have a 2023 FSA due to IRS rules. The maximum contribution for a Health Care FSA in 2023 is $2,850, and the maximum contribution for a Dependent Care FSA is $5,000. Learn more about FSAs.

If you want to participate in an FSA or make a change in your benefits, you will need to make your selection in MyU by November 30.

If you are satisfied with your current benefits selections, and do not want to add or change benefits or have an FSA, you do not need to take any action. Your benefits will stay the same for next year.

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